Co-host of “Outnumbered” Emily Compagno joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to share her reaction to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg defending his office’s decision to be lenient with a 16-year old boy who recently assaulted an officer that confronted him for evading the Subway fare.
“A few years ago, in the name of criminal justice reform, the age of adulthood in the criminal justice system was was raised. So if this situation had happened four years ago, he would be tried as an adult. Instead, he’s being tried as a kid. Now, again, as part of the criminal justice reform, ‘every single child case goes to family court automatically’, which is why his temporary situation right now is one of, ‘intensive overview by the community’. However, it means he can roam free during the day and he has to check into a home every night at 6 p.m.. So this guy is free until 6 p.m. every day to continue his violent tendencies. He has prior arrest for a loaded gun and robbery. That to me is not the appropriate delineation, his age. The appropriate delineation is the violent nature of his priors, the violent nature of his current three charges he’s facing, two of which include assaulting a police officer and resisting arrest.”
Jimmy and Emily also discuss their upcoming battle Final Exam showdown on “Tucker Carlson Tonight”. To hear what else she had to say, listen to the podcast!